Growing babies of 2012, where are they now?
Just a little continuation from this thread...since technically they are no longer yearlings LOL
Here's Talyn, a grade, inbred, fugly pinto filly that was feral when I got her as an almost yearling. Best guess is that she'll be 2 somewhere around the first part of April....so with her mare-itude, I'm just going to call her an April Fool's baby LOL.
All these pictures are old as I've not had a chance to get any new ones, but it will get us started at least.
Forgive her funky stance here and her "stink face". That's the mare-itude I was talking about LOL.
Just to prove that she can occasionally have a pleasant look on her face....
Oh oh, I'm first!
I love Talyn! :D
Here's Stryder ( Rolling River Blue, 2012 Appaloosa), who's escaping from his stall rest for some fresh air. He'll be 2 early march! Time flies.
Currently standing at 14.2/14.3 at the withers, string-tested to 16.1. So we'll see! I was hoping for 15.2, I'm betting we'll at least get there. :D
Gosh, I'm beginning to think that Talyn really isn't going to grow at all. She string tests to 15.1, but is still holding steady about 13.2.....though her butt is about a full hand taller :rofl:.
Most recent photo of Piper I have.
Pretty sure I've posted before, just posting so I don't lose the thread :D
I snapped a few little dinky pictures of Talyn today.
Every now and then, I see something in her that gives me an inkling of hope for her in the looks department.
Then once in a great while, I see something that really gives me hope that she'll not only look decent, but actually look good.
...then she has to start running around like a twit and blow that ship right out of the water with about 1000 torpedoes LOL.
She has a neck!... its not a pencil anymore! Haha she looks really good
LOL, yeah, she's kind of started to grow one a bit...and of course it doesn't hurt that she's pretty fat right now.
Thank you :D
The most recent picture I have of Henny, taken on Sunday. We went for another walk. In this picture, he is staring down those terrifying horse-eating rocks. And bushes. LOL
I also took him over a small bridge for the first time(this one in particular) Like the one in the middle of the lake, there was no hesitation. He just walks reallllyyyy slooooow hahaha. He takes his time on processing it. I'll take that over refusal any day. :wink:
Lena,going through fugly stage number..I've lost track,lol. One of these days she'll balance out and get all her body parts proportioned. :)
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